Petirah of Rav Yitzchak Asher Rozsansky Z”L, Founder and Director of Tiferes Bais Yaakov

We regret to inform you of the petirah of Rav Yitzchak Asher Rozsansky Z”L, founder and director of Tiferes Bais Yaakov of Lakewood. He was 72 years old.

The levaya will take place at 8:30 PM at the 7th Street Chapel.

Yehi zichro baruch.



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There are 7 Comments to "Petirah of Rav Yitzchak Asher Rozsansky Z”L, Founder and Director of Tiferes Bais Yaakov"

  • ARI says:


    weve lost someone who was available for anyone and everyone 24-7
    his genuine smile and sincere care for each individual is irreplaceable
    may hashem give his family the koach to continue

  • What a shocked says:

    Oy vey what a special person.
    Was there for the whole Klal.
    He’s family and his brother shilta should have a Nechama.

  • Chaim says:

    Bde he was such a speical person always there for everyone what a loss

  • Yech stone says:

    What a tremendous loss, he was there b’lev vnefesh for all that reached out to him,with such pashtus made you feel comfortable, not at all feeling like you were taking up his time. May hashem be menachem his family and they should continue in his choshuva ways

  • Marc says:

    Rabbi Roszansky z”l was a beautiful human being.

  • Chaver Tov says:

    He was a Tzadik ben Tzadik.
    His father was a talmid of the Chofetz Chaim. The niftar was yoresh all his fathers middos.
    A great avadah for the whole tzibur.

  • Richard H. Roberts, M.D., Ph.D. says:

    Rabbi Roszansky was a close friend of mine who I cherished. I looked up to him. I admired him. I loved him. I still do.
    With great sadness,
    Rich Roberts